Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Writers / Edition 7

Ways of Reading: An Anthology for Writers / Edition 7

by David Bartholomae, Anthony Petrosky
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0312409958

ISBN-13: 9780312409951

Pub. Date: 01/28/2005

Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's

Since its first edition, Ways of Reading has offered a uniquely exciting approach to first-year composition, integrating reading, writing, and critical thinking with a challenging selection of readings and editorial support. By engaging students in conversations with key academic and cultural texts, Ways of Reading helps students develop the intellectual

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Since its first edition, Ways of Reading has offered a uniquely exciting approach to first-year composition, integrating reading, writing, and critical thinking with a challenging selection of readings and editorial support. By engaging students in conversations with key academic and cultural texts, Ways of Reading helps students develop the intellectual skills necessary for academic work; it also bridges the gap between contemporary critical theory and composition so that instructors can connect their own scholarly work with their teaching. With a mix of shorter, more accessible readings from a broader range of academic disciplines, the eleventh edition offers more flexibility for instructors while continuing to help students become better writers by challenging them to be engaged and critical readers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780312409951
Publisher:
Bedford/St. Martin's
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Edition description:
Seventh Edition
Pages:
928
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

*New to this edition

Preface 
Introduction: Ways of Reading

The Readings
Gloria Anzaldúa, “How to Tame a Wild Tongue”
Kwame Anthony Appiah, “Racial Identities”
Alison Bechdel, “The Ordinary Devoted Mother”
*Ruth Behar, “The Vulnerable Observer” 
John Berger, “Ways of Seeing”
“On Rembrandt’s Woman in Bed”
“On Caravaggio’s The Calling of St. Matthew”
*Gloria Bird, “Autobiography as Spectacle” 
Susan Bordo, “Beauty (Re)discovers the Male Body” 
Judith Butler, “Beside Oneself: On the Limits of Sexual Autonomy”
*Joy Castro, “Hungry” 
*Ta-nehisi Coates, “Between the World and Me”
Michel Foucault, “Panopticism”
Paulo Freire, “The ‘Banking’ Concept of Education”
*Atul Gawande, “Slow Ideas” 
Susan Griffin, “Our Secret”
*Ben Lerner, “Contest of Words”  
Richard E. Miller, “The Dark Night of the Soul”
Engaging with Student Writing
Walker Percy, “The Loss of the Creature”
*Michael Pollan, “Nutritionism Defined”
Mary Louise Pratt, “Arts of the Contact Zone”
Richard Rodriguez, “The Achievement of Desire”
Edward Said, “States”
*Michael Specter, “The Gene Hackers”
John Edgar Wideman, “Our Time”
Assignment Sequences
Working with Assignment Sequences
Working with a Sequence
Sequence One, “Exploring Identity, Exploring the Self”
Sequence Two, “The Aims of Education”
Sequence Three, “The Arts of the Contact Zone”
Sequence Four, “Autobiographical Explorations”
Sequence Five, “Experts and Expertise”
Sequence Six, “Reading Culture”
Sequence Seven, “On Difficulty”
*Sequence Eight, “The Art of Argument”

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